Ludwig, Chick
December 2005
Sporting News;12/9/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 49, p45
The article focuses on the football team Cincinnati Bengals and some of its key players. QB Carson Palmer's dual trademarks are his arm strength and accuracy. He places the ball where his receivers can catch it. By hitting receivers in stride in the open field, they have a better opportunity to pick up yards after the catch. WR Kelley Washington has been a big disappointment and has been passed up by rookie Chris Henry. Washington has good physical skills, but he doesn't have Henry's blazing speed.


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